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It was the end of 2015, and things weren’t going great.

We did everything according to the plan. Studied well. Graduated from a university and started working. It was good in the beginning, but it didn’t last for long.
We felt like something was missing. We started questing ourselves. Is this it? Isn’t there anything more to life than work?

We couldn’t find any answers but we figured that we were not alone.

So we decided to solve the problem to ourselves and help others just like us on the way. That’s why we started Jump, to help Sri Lankans who are just like you to create a life worth living.

We hope this blog challenges, inspires and motivates you to do something meaningful with your life. We may not have all the right answers, but we definitely have all the right questions.

Wonder why we named it as Jump? Don’t think too hard. There’s no hidden grandiose meaning. We couldn’t come up with a better name. That’s why.

This is what we do


Are you planning to start a business? We can help you. We share guides, tips, and hacks on starting a business in Sri Lanka. We share stories of unconventional Sri Lankan entrepreneurs to inspire and challenge you.


Are you struggling with your money? We share practical guides on investing, personal finance and everything you need to know about making more money and managing it. If you’re feeling lost when it comes to money, this is your place.


Are you happy with your life? No worries. We share guides, tips and lifehacks on health, relationships, love, productivity, mindfulness, learning, and everything you need to know to become a happier person.

Meet the Jumpers

Nishan De Silva

Nishan De Silva

prashanthan jeyawarman

Prashanthan Jeyawarman

Manishi Suriyaarachchi

Manishi Suriyaarachchi

Anupama gunathilake

Anupama Gunathilake

thawseef jaleel

Thawseef Jaleel


Our Readers Love Us

Really encouraging . I started a Plastic Recycling in 2004 but had to given up due to some reasons which I couldn't sort out at that time. But my thinking to start a new( may be another idea) is in my mind. When I read this I was pushed forward. Your writing is simple and motivational.

Sarath Senanayake

Thanks a lot for sharing posts like this. A much-awaited article. Wanted to know inside out of an entrepreneur and his journey to success and this is such, in which Mr.Dulitha has honestly shared his tips on his journey. Can't be grateful enough. Also and always "Jump" has the magic of answering all the questions lingering in my mind. Hats off to this attempt!!!

Dhanushka Gunasekera

I just discovered this site and it's got some really great content on these subjects that you don't find anywhere else. Is there going to be a follow up to this article anytime soon? I'm looking forward to it

Chinthaka Senanayake

Become a Writer

Want to discover yourself in the service of others? Great. Become a writer at Jump. If you’re interested in what we share and feel like you can add value to Sri Lankan lives through your writing, contact us right now. Not so sure about your writing skills? Don’t worry. No one is perfect. All you need to have is the desire. Rest, we can manage on the way. You can email nishan@jump.lk and begin your journey at Jump.

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